It’s Christmas in Ghana and there’s so much to do and so much see. Ah, 2021; the first post-pandemic year. 2021 has been a topsy-turvy year but all in all we are grateful that we’ve come this far. What way do you think is best to celebrate than with a banger of a send-off. And a banger is what Christmas in Ghana offers.
This #christmasinGhana promises an array of concerts with a star-studded list of performances. And we are absolutely on top of it. If you are on holiday or just looking for the memo then we got you. There is lots to do, people to see and we are your plug to where to be.
Here are our top list of things you do not want to miss this December.
21st – Bhim Concert (Stonebwoy & Beenie Man) – Grand Arena
Stonebwoy promises yet another rave of a concert with the legendary Dance hall master Beenie Man himself. It’s time for some heated Carribbean flavour up in this place.
22nd – 26th – Wondaland (Photo sessions with styling and props)
Fall down the rabbit hole into Ghana’s most sublime photo attraction to happen this Christmas. The Wondaland Photo sessions brings you a variety of sets ripped out of your imagination. If you’re looking to get that IG-worthy photo on your feed then you do not want to miss being a part of this picture perfect experience.
24th – Samini Experience Concert ( Grand Arena, Accra)
Samini the Legend sets the table with his annual celebration of great music and good vibes. And he’s doing it in grand style at the Grand Arena. You can’t miss this.
24th – PromiseLand with King Promise (La Palm Royal Beach Hotel)
King Promise has had quite a year. Just a few weeks ago he had the O2 Arena screaming his lyrics as he featured in Wizkid’s Made in Lagos. This time he’ll have all of Accra celebrating as he leads them to the Promise Land at La Palm. Get geared for this set.
25th – Christmas with Joe Mettle (Kempinski Hotel)
We are grateful for a year of God’s goodness and mercy. Without Him we wouldn’t have gotten this far. While we celebrate our lives we must celebrate providence. And what better way than with award-winning gospel artist Joe Mettle? Come join Joe Mettle and celebrate at Christmas with Joe Mettle.
25th – Freedom Concert – Shatta Wale & Medikal (Accra Sports Stadium)
Shatta Wale and Medikal are a combo you do not want to miss. Apart they are iconic, together they are legendary. And legendary is what Freedom Concert promises on Christmas Day.
25th – Savannah Movie Premiere Starring Anthony Woode (by Abdulsalam Mumuni at Silverbird Cinemas)
Ghana cinema is revving and raving and we love to see it. Savannahs Movie premiers on Christmas Day starring the dashing Anthony Woode. Produced by Venus Films and directed by Kobi Rana, you know it’ll be a masterpiece.
26th – Night of 1028 Laughs Grand Arena (Charterhouse Production feat. Gordons, Okey Bakassi, Comedian Warris, Jacinta etc. )
What is Christmas without some merry and laughs? Charterhouse brings yet a line-up of comedians to tickle you all night long.
26th – 27th – Wildaland (Davido, Stonebwoy, KiDi etc) at Shai Forest Reserve
Two days of absolute entertainment to the max. Out in the open with a line-up that’ll have you going wild. This two day music festival is ready to get you primed.
28th – Afrochella with Wizkid
Easily the highlight of #christmasinGhana this year, Afrochella is the concert you do not want to miss. After the Starboy’s performance at the O2 Arena, we are certainly ready to get ourselves up in a real mood at El-Wak Stadium come 28th.
29th – R2Bees & Friends (La Palm Royal Beach Hotel)
R2Bees are back like they never left. That’s because they never really left. They just bigger and came back with bangers. The R2Bees & Friends concert is poised to be one of the hottest events of the Christmas and with their new album Back to Basics we going back to the Golden era
29th -30th – Fashion Connect Africa (Movenpick Hotel, Accra)
It’s all about what’s haute at the two day fashion show at Movenpick. This year is taking a Sankofa state of mind with a look back at Afro-fashion influences from the past to the present. The best way to wrap a bough on your #christmasinGhana